years, going from 53 employees in 2010 to 170 today. surprisingly, i find campaign promises of job growth falling short among some employees. >> the government doesn't create jobs, right, and i think that's why trying to think too much about, well, hey, we're going to pick a businessperson, we're going to pick someone who has lots of job creation experience, that doesn't really tell me much. >> reporter: referring to layoffs in 2008, this family owns a business employing 36 people, adding six in just the last two months. smarter, more killed workers. those are the promises these new hampshire voters want to hear most. >> it's hard for us to find new help. we have plenty of work, you know, tons of hours. it's hard to get new, young people in here. >> reporter: and after almost a year of non-stop campaigning on job creation plans, there is no complete agreement on which candidate can deliver. >> just a show of hands. how many are voting for romney? how many are voting for obama?